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Old 06-25-2012, 06:12 PM   #15
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Dave, if you are thinking about selling it, I may be interested in buying it. I'm in Mississauga. Maybe I could adapt it to my Rainier SUV. On a SUV, the deflector could be much closer to the trailer than on a roof of a sedan and I'm convinced that it would save more gas. Right now, when towing, I'm burning 50% more and I know that it's not the weight but, wind resistance. When I towed a heavier but low (pop-up) trailer, it hardly affected my mileage.

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